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Mercado 20 de Noviembre

20 de Noviembre, Oaxaca, Mexico
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“grilled meat” (9 reviews)
“cecina” (4 reviews)
“food market” (5 reviews)
20 de Noviembre, Oaxaca, Mexico
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Reviewed 1 May 2017 via mobile

The market has a wide array of authentic food options. I ate at a few, getting only one item at each spot. Enjoy very low prices for high quality food (chicken soup for 2 USD, tamale mole for 2 USD, etc). There are also many...More

Thank Matthew R
Reviewed 29 April 2017

When in Oaxaca you will no doubt go to the Zocalo, This popular square is a wonderful place to sit back and observe Oaxacan families and tourist enjoying leisure time, listening to traditional music and in general enjoying the colors, sounds and textures of this...More

Thank harrymcballs
Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

Great place to try a variety of Oaxacan food. I wasn't super impressed with some of the Mole I tried. I do however agree with other travelers that the grilled meat area was the most fun and delicious.

Thank planck23
Reviewed 5 April 2017

There are lots of places to eat in this Mercado, as you will easily see when you walk in. Let me put in my vote for the grilled food available on the far (north?) side of the place. You'll see stacks of raw meet, hot...More

Thank LeeTrav
Reviewed 27 March 2017

There are a large number of small restaurants preparing typical food, such as tlayudas, moles and tamales. We chose one that we liked how the dishes looked. The food was just delicious. The talyuda here was open and it was much larger than the plate....More

Thank markoj05
Reviewed 17 January 2017

This is a place mostly for locals, although a lot of stalls clearly cater to tourists. Several stalls offer traditional food and drink from Oaxaca, and the prices, especially for things like local chilies and chocolates, can't be beat.

Thank mrsirin
Reviewed 8 January 2017 via mobile

A busy food market full of life. This is where you come to eat and taste many of Oaxaca's delicacies. Sit at one of the stalls and enjoy music, chatter while sipping a chocolate de agua and a pan de yema. And take home many...More

Thank SylvieMP
Reviewed 30 December 2016 via mobile

To try oaxacan food, this is the place; as it contains everything you could wish to eat! All dishes are delicious and greatly cooked!

1  Thank Nacibe C
Reviewed 28 December 2016

Ok, I understand when people do not want their photo taken. I was trying to take a photo of the chipulines, grasshoppers, and the lady did not want me to take it. I was not taking her photo, just the basket. After that, I wanted...More

1  Thank Wendy R
Reviewed 19 December 2016

This is basically a typical Mexican market that has a mass of food stalls in addition to everything else. My personal favorite was Maria Teresa! Nothing fancy, just real food. Tamales...mmm...

Thank karlscheer
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